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Still the toughest workout in the gym, the StairMaster StepMill revolving staircase most closely duplicates the workout of real stair-climbing. Its new quieter step design improves fluidity of stepping motion and provides added cushion for joints. It includes a new easy-to-read, back-lit LCD console and new handrails which are ergonomically designed for a maximum level of intensity. Programs include a nationally recognized fitness test to gauge individual progress and a custom firefighter test (C.P.A.T. - Candidate Physical Ability Test). Also includes a Polar® compatible telemetry Heart Rate monitoring system.
- Shipping Weight: 447 pounds
- ASIN: B001AS4YVC
- Item model number: SM00140-001
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Best Workout in the Gym
38 people found this helpful.
I do not own this machine as it is WAY beyond my budget. However, I use this model 3-4 times a week at a local Bally's Exercise Club, and I absolutely became addicted to this machine. It is by far the best workout I have ever gotten in a gym setting with a single machine.
Escalator on steroids
23 people found this helpful.
I do not own one of these but I so would if I could justify the living space it would take up and the cost. I use it at the local gym every night and it has so much calorie burning power. The downside is you can't just mentally turn off during the workout, you have to know your steps and pace or toes get squashed...
Good leg work out
I use it at gym 2 times per week. Great machine and good work out for legs . Better than other steppers made by competitors.
Great machine but very expensive
24 people found this helpful.
I can't conceive of spending this much money on a cardio machine for home use, but I use this product at the gym and love it. In addition to manual settings, it has several pre-programmed regimens. For each regimen, you can choose an amount of time and a difficulty level from 1 to 20. The interface is user-friendly and flexible, and has all the displays one would expect - calories, distance (in miles and floors), steps per minute, etc.
4 people found this helpful.
I to cannot afford the home unit but have been using this for the last 20 years at the gym.
I am a veteran user of StairMaster equipment. I began on a 4200, and then used a 4600. Now this one. Of the three, the 4200 is the best. I didn't care for the ergonomics of the 4600 and I do not like this one at all.